Need to know
36, including four suites.
Noon; later on request (subject to availability).
Double rooms from $119.70, excluding tax at 19 per cent.
Rates include breakfast.
At the hotel
Spa with gym, Jacuzzi and solarium, library, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: plasma TV, DVD/CD player, two-channel in-house music system, minibar, Kiehl’s toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
Opt for a room with a number ending in 1 if you fancy a bath tub big enough for two and a sitting room to call your own. For a large wrap-around balcony and twin queen-beds, go for one ending in 3. The main street can be busy, so for a quieter stay, ask to be put at the sides or rear of Hotel Habita.
Habita’s pool perches on the rooftop, overlooked by the mezzanine bar. The dark wooden decking and curvy white loungers – together with the panoramic Mexico City skyline – make it a popular location for photo shoots.
Habita’s fifth-floor spa soothes stresses with a menu of massage and facial treatments, including shiatsu, Chinese massage, lymph system massage and reflexology.
Your Missoni bikini for mooching by the pool; ear plugs if you want an early night at the weekend.
Pets are welcome and can stay free. Stays on 1 August require a seven-night minimum.
Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome in most rooms for US$50 (plus tax) a pup a night. See more pet-friendly hotels in Mexico City.
The hotel is not really designed with little ones in mind – it's more of a couple’s getaway.